Building Clinical Nursing Leadership, One Nurse At A Time
Whether you are working with future nurses or current healthcare professionals, there is no denying the industry needs strong leaders who can provide exceptional patient care, communicate well, and manage multiple tasks. Our focused collection of virtual simulations provides a variety of specialized tools and scenarios that help participants hone these “big picture” capabilities.
Our virtual simulations and scenarios allow new or experienced learners to practice clinical judgment and decision-making skills related to setting acuities, scheduling, delegating and prioritizing patient care, as well as learning how their care decisions affect structure, outcome, process, and cost throughout the hospital. Of course, knowledge is only part of being an effective nurse. Our virtual clinical solutions provide participants multiple modalities to learn how to communicate and share their knowledge within their teams and throughout their organization.
Nursing Quality Indicators®
Nursing students aspiring to become leaders and those already working in management or leadership roles must uphold quality patient care and guide their teams to excellence. Nursing Quality Indicators helps current and future nurse leaders see the impacts of their decisions through a virtual clinical scenario that has them evaluate patients and learn immediately how their care decisions affect structure, outcome, process, and cost.
Patient Management and Delegation®
Today’s nurses need leadership, management and communication skills—at any level. In the Patient Management and Delegation scenario, nurses and learners take on the role of charge nurse and work with 56 patients through five progressively complex levels, using their insights to assign them to different nurses with varying levels of experience and different caseloads.
Prioritization of Care®
Today’s nurses need leadership, management and communication skills. Our Prioritization of Care virtual scenarios help students build their decision-making confidence by working through progressively more difficult prioritization of care assignments. This in turn builds their leadership aptitude and helps them become capable, well-rounded leaders and managers.
Nurse managers and leaders must be capable communicators and collaborators. The Interprofessional Teams virtual clinical allows learners to interact with 14 other healthcare professionals and make leadership and other types of decisions. The virtual clinical series helps learners master interprofessional practice and build professional competencies.